Designed for creatives. Approved by IT.

The 2015 release of Adobe Creative Cloud for teams makes life easier for IT, with no-fuss software and license management plus advanced support and lower costs.
“The flexibility we have in managing licenses now with Adobe Creative Cloud for teams is light years better than what we were doing before.”
— Vlad Spears, technologist, Obscura Digital

New to Creative Cloud for teams?

Check out this quick reference guide for answers to your questions. Start here ›
Buying for a large organization?
See Creative Cloud for enterprise ›


You’re in the driver’s seat.

When you move up from Creative Suite to the 2015 release of Creative Cloud for teams, you can deploy apps and updates the way that works best for you and your team. Either do it centrally, so you can control the frequency of updates, or allow team members to self-install. Either way, you’ll give them access to the creative apps they need — including Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC and InDesign CC — to do their greatest work.
Deployment? You’re in the driver’s seat.
License management made simple.

License management made simple.


Your licenses are always current, so noncompliance is a nonissue. Deploy Adobe software to your team members even before the purchasing process is complete — billing catches up at the next payment cycle. And because licenses are tied to the company, not the individual user, you can reissue seats at any time.


Learn more about license management ›

Spend less going in.

Get more out.

Budget more predictably and lower your up-front costs with an annual membership that includes access to industry-leading creative apps, plus exclusive feature updates at no additional cost. Easily scale as your team grows, and leverage volume discounts for larger purchases.
Your security is our priority.

Your security is our priority.

When it comes to the security of your files and systems, Adobe strives to be proactive and vigilant. From our rigorous software development process to our cross-functional incident response team, we've built security into every aspect of Creative Cloud for teams.

Dedicated help is just a phone call away.

When you have questions, we have answers. Get advanced, 24/7 technical support (including a dedicated phone line for Creative Cloud for teams admins) to help your deployments run smoothly — and help keep your creative team moving forward.

Quick reference guide for IT administrators.



Members get access to all of Adobe's creative apps plus new features and updates as soon as they're released. Choose the installation option that works best for your organization.

Desktop apps:

Allow users to self-install the desktop apps and updates (must have permission to install locally), or use Creative Cloud Packager to centrally package and deploy apps and updates across the organization.

Mobile apps:

Available from the iTunes App Store and activated with an Adobe ID.


Accessed through the Creative Cloud desktop app as well as other desktop, mobile and web apps.

Minimum system

Print and web apps use Photoshop system requirements as a benchmark. Video apps use Adobe Premiere Pro system requirements as a benchmark.


Organizations purchase and manage licenses, but individual users activate and authenticate through Adobe's servers with their Adobe ID and password.


Through a user's Adobe ID and password. Learn more.


Through a web-based Admin Console. Learn more.


Because mobile apps and services let users work anywhere, administrators should familiarize themselves with file syncing and storage in order to maintain governance over assets. Learn more.


Cloud-based services and storage are authorized with a user's Adobe ID.


Administrators may access locally synced Creative Cloud folders or access cloud storage with a user's Adobe ID and password.

Support and training

Support is included for both administrators and users.


Advanced, 24/7 technical support via phone, email, chat and forums.


Expert Services (1:1 consulting sessions with Creative Cloud experts), video tutorials and step-by-step product guides.


Desktop apps run from users' hard drives, not their browsers. Network bandwidth is not required, but there are a few network considerations.


Bandwidth is required for app download and installation as well as cloud-based syncing and storage. Bandwidth can be affected by the number of users self-installing or syncing assets to the cloud.

Internet access:

An Internet connection required at least once every 99 days to validate membership.

  1. Members of my organization already have individual Creative Cloud memberships. Can I switch them to Creative Cloud for teams?

    Yes, individual Creative Cloud members can upgrade to Creative Cloud for teams with no cancellation fee. To do so, please call Customer Care for support. Be prepared to provide:

    • Adobe ID for the primary admin of the teams membership
    • Phone number for the primary admin
    • Adobe IDs for the individual memberships you want to switch to the teams membership

    Alternatively, if you invite someone in your organization to join Creative Cloud for teams, and they already have an individual membership, all they need to do is accept their Creative Cloud for teams invitation (using their Adobe ID). They will automatically be prompted to cancel their individual membership.

  2. My organization wants to block access to certain services, such as storage and community features, available through Creative Cloud. Is this possible?

    Yes, your IT administrators can block users from accessing the online services. The online services and their URLs are listed here.

    As an administrator, you will also be able to
    deploy Creative Cloud desktop applications independent of the cloud-based services using the Creative Cloud Packager. The Creative Cloud Packager is available through Creative Cloud for teams.

  3. Can I block my users from using Creative Cloud for teams storage?

    There is no way to centrally disable access to Creative Cloud storage. Any end users who have access to the web via a browser have the ability to store their files in the cloud. However, if users are on a corporate network and using company-administered machines, the following network calls can be blocked via the organization's firewall, thereby blocking use of storage while on the

    •— port 443

    Note: The services blocked on the website may be accessible via other endpoints not related to the site, and the site may be the only access point for services that should not be blocked. The full list of online services and their URLs are listed here.

  4. What is the difference between the individual, team and enterprise plans?

    Click here for a product comparison chart.

  5. What’s the difference between Creative Cloud for teams complete and single app?

    There are two Creative Cloud for teams plans: a complete plan (all Creative Cloud apps and services) or a single-app plan (access to one app, such as Photoshop CC, and select services).

  6. Does Adobe offer Creative Cloud for teams volume discounting?

    Customers who purchase through resellers or via Adobe’s telesales agents must do so through the Value Incentive Plan (VIP), Adobe’s subscription
    licensing program. A transactional discount is available for purchases of 50+ licenses. VIP’s loyalty program, VIP Select, offers volume discounts for
    members that purchase a minimum of 250 licenses. Once VIP Select status is achieved, Members qualify for benefits including VIP Select Level Discounting
    and much more. Please contact your Adobe rep or reseller partner for information.

  7. Which Creative Cloud desktop apps are available as a single app?

    The following are available as a single app: Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC, Adobe Muse CC, Dreamweaver CC, Flash Professional CC, Edge Inspect CC, Edge Animate CC, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, After Effects CC, Adobe Audition CC, SpeedGrade CC, InCopy CC, and Prelude CC. Although membership includes access to just one app, you will also have access to all other CC apps as a free 30-day trial.

  8. Creative Cloud for teams isn’t available in my country. When will it be available?

    We intend to make Creative Cloud as widely available as possible. See the latest list of countries where Creative Cloud for teams is available.

  9. Do I have to be connected to the Internet to use my desktop apps?

    No. You only need to connect to the Internet at least once every 99 days to validate your membership.

  10. Can I buy Creative Cloud for teams through my reseller?

    Yes, click here to find an Adobe-authorized reseller. Creative Cloud for teamsis also sold directly through Adobe. Click here to purchase.